My mother and I visited the restaurant, excited to try something new. We were seated quickly and noticed the nice interior including the beautiful chandelier. I noticed tht the prices were quite high for a lunch menu but I am willing to pay for good food. My mother ordered the chicken panini and I ordered the tuna sandwich. At $11 was expecting a pretty good tuna sandwich. We both opted for the beet salad which is one of my favorites bu rarely seen on a menu. The chicken was dry on my mother's sandwich. The tuna was almost inedible due to too much salt. The beet salad was as gray as the weather with tasteless dressing and a few pieces of gray colored beets aa few dots of goat cheese. The bill came to almost $40 for two people at lunch and only one of us had a drink. Again, I don't mind paying well for fine food, but it appears that there was much more creativity and experience put into the interior design rather than the food.
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